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HC Home Network News : This year, the advance of national large-scale arrival of cold, to heat a small household appliance market, has brought an unexpected surprise. Home appliance chain stores, according to reaction, the current
Heaters Sales compared to previous years, unusually hot, consumers money or straightforward, no bargaining took products home. Also confirmed the news from the factory heater in short supply: Industrial Park, horse-street parking in the queue waiting to pick up the vehicle, the production line in overtime, shipping logistics, day and night?? Because of the weather, heating device industry “here nice view, “did not see the impact of economic crisis.
Heater sales in surprise surge in flight, while the problems caused by small household electrical appliances have shown a rising trend. From all over
Consumers Association Received complaints that the heater significantly increased proportion than in previous years. This makes the problem of small household electrical appliances to upgrade once again emerged as a consumer focus.
Together, the current escalation of small household electrical appliances need to address four major issues, namely safety, utility, health and
Energy Environmental protection. This is also leading the direction of small household electrical appliances to upgrade the four core issues. Electric Co., Ltd. General Manager Don Hotton told reporters that the higher profits of small household appliances, access to capital threshold, and relatively low technology threshold, leading to a variety of small household appliances enterprises everywhere, many of the families in the workshop stage make products in the “safe, practical, healthy and energy-saving environmental protection,” the fundamental lack of security, but to expand the market, many non-regular army is the only means of
Price war . Informal price war forced the Corps “regular Army” had to follow up, forced to fight by lowering prices, creating a vicious circle: lower prices, lower profits, lower profits, manufacturers had to cut corners or in scientific research development of the savings investment, technology and product upgrades affect, influence industry standards of scientific development.
Safety, utility, health and energy saving industrial upgrading is the direction of small household appliances, but also requires efforts to achieve industrial upgrading bottleneck. Where security is the prerequisite. Production, should be people-oriented, consumer-oriented. If consumers can not be guaranteed safety, that the conscience and sense of social responsibility companies have to put a question mark was. But this situation is common in the small appliance industry exist. Every winter, consumers the use of heaters,
Water heater Vent electrical leakage occurs, causing wounding or death of accidents.
Years, with the rapid development of China’s economy, people’s living standards improved, small household electrical appliances has been widely applied to all aspects of family life, to improve people’s quality of life contributed. At the same time, consumer awareness and consumer habits are also the times, small appliances are “practical” and “health”, as when they buy products important considerations.
In Energy Tension and energy-saving environmental protection, China has strongly advocated the macro background, energy saving became when consumers purchase small household electrical appliances as an important reference. Although
Air conditioning , Refrigerators and other large home appliances by the state environmental protection standards mandatory energy than the energy-saving small appliances industry awareness of environmental protection rather slow, but it is also the industry development trend. Small household electrical appliances industry, some companies have an ideal vision of the implementation of energy conservation in the environmental technology products.
Despite the homogenization of small household electrical appliances are quite serious, but there are differences between high-tech products still continue to emerge, and striving to industrial upgrading in recent years. The current market for a new heater products?? Seiters water heater broke on a good “safe, practical, healthy and energy-saving environmental protection,” the four bottleneck, just put on the market on short supply. Chen Gang, deputy secretary general of Association of Chinese home appliance products to this highly Seiters water heater that is to guide the industry to upgrade the revolutionary product.
Seiters water heater with new material and technology of carbon fiber. Succeeded in breaking through the small household electrical appliances, “safe, practical, healthy and energy-saving environmental protection,” the four bottleneck. Seiters water heater electric discharge completely eliminated the possibility of leakage, even if the accused is open water poured over heating, no problem, that consumers can not build a wall across the “anti-power wall.” Compared with the traditional electric wire and old PPC slow heating ceramic heater technology features, Seiters water heaters heat faster, fifteen minutes can make room feel warm as in spring, very useful.
As people improve the quality of life and life pressures increase, consumers are very concerned about health needs. If the heater has a healthy function, it is the icing on the cake. With health care function, it is Seiters water heater, “people I have not,” another prominent feature. According to research found that the most suitable wavelength of light absorbed by the human body is 6-10 microns. The Seiters water heating heat emitted light wavelength 5-8 microns, compared with other heating devices, has been infinite close to the wavelength of light absorbed by the body, easily absorbed, so as to promote blood circulation, accelerate metabolism, reduce muscle and neural fatigue, prevent or delay cardiovascular and other diseases, far infrared effect is ideal. This is Seiters water heater in the attention of white-collar sectors of health care so popular an important reason.
. Analysts believe that, because of small household appliance market, disorganized, indicating the industry reshuffle has been carried out quietly shuffling, and 35 years, a large number of enterprises are facing elimination, and some wanted to become a brand, able to market quality excellent, technologically advanced product differentiation companies will no doubt be the final winner after the Ebb Tide. No wonder the Chinese household electrical appliance, Chen Gang, Vice Secretary-General, heating water in the understanding of Seiters the functions and techniques can be given a high rating: “This is a realization of heater industry to upgrade the landmark product.”
Electric Co., Ltd. General Manager Don Hotton
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Practical Tips for Managing Health, Safety, and Performance During Shift Work – Published by Dove Medical Press
(PRWEB) October 02, 2012
Nature of Science and Sleep, published by Dove Medical Press, calls particular attention to one of its recently published articles: “Shift Work: Health, Performance and Safety Problems,Traditional Countermeasures and Innovative Management Strategies to Reduce Circadian Misalignment.”
There are three mechanisms which may contribute to the health, performance and safety problems associated with night shift work:
1) Circadian misalignment between the internal circadian clock and activities such as work, sleep and eating
2) Chronic, partial sleep deprivation
3) Melatonin suppression by light at night
The typical countermeasures, such as caffeine, naps and melatonin (for its sleep-promoting effect), along with education about sleep and circadian rhythms, are the components of most fatigue risk management plans.
The authors of this medical analysis contend that these, while better than nothing, are not enough because they do not address the underlying cause of the problems, which is circadian misalignment.
The authors explain how to reset (phase shift) the circadian clock to partially align with the night-work, day-sleep schedule, and thus reduce circadian misalignment while preserving sleep and functioning on days off. This involves controlling light and dark using outdoor light exposure, sunglasses, sleep in the dark and a little bright light during night work.
The authors present a diagram of a sleep and light schedule to reduce circadian misalignment in permanent night work, or a rotation between evenings and nights, and give practical advice on how to implement this type of plan.
“Drs. Smith and Eastman are to be congratulated on an excellent review of the important topic of shift work in relation to health, safety and performance. Moreover, they have a number of very insightful comments and thoughtful practical tips for managing shiftwork and circadian misalignment. This strategic approach has not been done so comprehensively or so well in the past,” says Dr. Steven A Shea, Editor-in-Chief, Nature of Science and Sleep.
Authors Dr. Mark R. Smith and Dr. Charmane Eastman began their written observations while at the Biological Rhythms Research Laboratory at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, IL, USA. Dr. Eastman is a Professor in the Behavioral Sciences Department and Director of the Biological Rhythms Research Lab, and received the 2012 Excellence in Applied Circadian Rhythm Research Award from the National Sleep Foundation. Dr. Eastman has been doing research on human circadian rhythms for over 25 years and has received several grants from NIH and the CDC over the years.
Nature and Science of Sleep is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal covering all aspects of sleep science and sleep medicine, including the neurophysiology and functions of sleep, the genetics of sleep, sleep and society, biological rhythms, dreaming, sleep disorders and therapy, and strategies to optimize healthy sleep.
Dove Medical Press Ltd is a privately held company specializing in the publication of Open Access peer-reviewed journals across the broad spectrum of science, technology and especially medicine.
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New York, NY (PRWEB) September 20, 2006
The seminar “Harnessing the Power of Yoga Meditation in Health and Healing” is in New York City, October 20-21, 2006, featuring Dr. Anil Singhal (Neurologist), Dr. Achala Singhal (Cardiologist), along with Swami Jnaneshvara Bharati and Nishit Patel.
New York City
Friday, October 20, 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Saturday, October 21, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Dr. Anil Singhal
Dr. Achala Singhal
Swami Jnaneshvara Bharati
Seminar Topics Include:
Claiming Your Birthright to Joy: Integrating Physical, Emotional and Spiritual Health; Dr’s. Anil and Achala Singhal
Meditation as Medication: The Inner Yoga Psychology of Transforming Emotions; Dr. Anil Singhal
Merging the Three Hearts: Yoga and Meditation Therapy for Healthy Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual Hearts; Dr. Achala Singhal
Living with Chronic Disease and Perennial Joy: Dynamic Neurophysiological Reconditioning and Daily Life; Dr’s. Anil and Achala Singhal
Putting Theory into Practice through Purposeful Action: Karma Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Diet, and Ayurveda; Yogacharya Nishit Patel
Cultivating the Twin Sisters of Passion and Purity: Nine Suggestions on Health from Swami Rama; Swami Jnaneshvara
Removing the Obstacles to Wholeness: Healthy Mind and the Yoga Sutras; Swami Jnaneshvara
Nishit Patel joyfully sponsors and announces the seminar and workshop “Harnessing the Power of Yoga Meditation in Health and Healing.” The key speakers of the seminar are Dr. Anil Singhal (Neurologist) and Achala Singhal (Cardiologist) who have extensive backgrounds in both modern medicine and the ancient healing traditions of India. The program is complemented by presentations by Swami Jnaneshvara Bharati and Nishit Patel. This seminar is an exceptional opportunity to gain insight and experience by bridging these two great traditions of modern medicine and the alternative medical and spiritual traditions of India.
Dr. Anil Singhal is Professor and Head of the Department of Neurosciences and the Department of Mind Body Medicine at the Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences, Dehradun, India, founded by Swami Rama of the Himalayas. He has a special interest and expertise in using the power of the mind and nervous system in helping people improve their physical and emotional health. He credits his expertise to his training and experience in the Himalayan Yoga Tradition using meditative practices. He has been especially instrumental in integrating biofeedback technology with modern medicine.
Dr. Achala Singhal is Professor and Head of the Department of Cardiology and Consultant in the Department of Mind Body Medicine at the Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences, Dehradun, India, founded by Swami Rama of the Himalayas. She has a special interest in using emotions for treating conditions of the heart. Based on new research in the behavioral sciences, she has integrated her knowledge of modern medicine with the ancient yogic techniques of meditation, breathing practices, and yoga postures. She also conducts a weekly support group called the “Happy Healthy Heart Club”.
Nishit Patel is first and foremost a teacher of yoga and meditation, although he has also been a pharmacist (India) and a graduate student in Medical Psychology (USA). He started meditating and studying the ancient texts under the guidance of his father at the age of five, and has been teaching since 1988. From 1995 to 2005 he was the Director of the Himalayan Institute of New York City, and has lectured extensively, including at Cornell University, New York University, and Columbia University. He has dedicated his life to bringing the footprints of the Himalayan masters to every human heart.
Swami Jnaneshvara is a teacher and monk of the tradition of the Himalayan masters and the Shankaracharya order. He was at the Himalayan Institute USA from 1991 to 1994, and at Swami Rama’s Ashram in Rishikesh India from 1994 to 2001, where he established an ongoing residential training program at the instruction of Swami Rama. He has a passion for presenting the ancient teaching in as simple of terms as possible, encouraging people to seek the pinnacle of direct experience here and now, in this very lifetime. He sees one of his primary tasks as helping people to find the teacher within.
For more information and registration, please contact:
Space is limited. Please make your reservations by October 10, 2006.
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Washington, DC (PRWEB) November 18, 2011
Graduate School USA’s Center for Health Sciences is undergoing an exciting expansion with the addition of new allied health programs, and new academic staff and advisory council members. The Center for Health Sciences will play a key role in advancing the careers of area students as they prepare to move into new positions or enhance their existing educational background.
“Healthcare jobs continue to be one of the bright spots in the U.S. employment outlook,” says Dr. Jerry Ice, CEO and President of Graduate School USA. “We are expanding our already robust health program by providing students with the tools to either start a course of study or use this program as a foundation for further educational growth.”
Specifically, Graduate School USA’s Center for Health Science is expanding by offering three new programs, including a Medical Assistant Associate of Applied Science degree, an Electrocardiographic (ECG) Technician certificate, and a Medical Office Administrative Assistant certificate. All three provide a combination of coursework and practical experience, with each curriculum matched to its respective industry standards and protocols.
Graduate School USA’s program offers academic certificate programs leading to entry-level positions and provides students with a foundation to pursue continued higher education. The certificate courses are embedded into the degree programs, permitting students to continue into a degree program with ease and affording them the added value to pursue multiple job opportunities.
The Center has added seasoned educator Dr. Ateegh Al-Arabi to its academic team as an associate professor. Dr. Al-Arabi will be responsible for teaching and course and curriculum development, and will serve as student faculty advisor.
Dr. Al-Arabi brings thirty years of experience in teaching biological and medical science, including undergraduate courses in biology, anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, and medical terminology, as well as specialized graduate courses in neurophysiology and cardiovascular physiology. He has research experience in physiological and molecular biological techniques from his postdoctoral fellowship at Rutgers University as well as his work at the Veterans Affairs (VA) hospital in Kansas City, MO. His work has been published in numerous peer-reviewed journals. Al-Arabi brings to Graduate School USA administrative experience, having served previously as a department head and chair of various academic committees.
“Our instructors are the biggest reason that people choose our School and having a talented individual like Dr. Al-Arabi join us further strengthens our academic offerings and sets the Graduate School USA’s Allied Health offerings apart from others available to the DC Metro community,” adds Dr. Ice.
To assist with curriculum review, Graduate School USA has added six new members to its Health Sciences advisory group:
Stephen Burns, RN, MBA, former Senior Vice President of Patient Care Services at Providence Hospital
Judith Levy, RN, Coordinator, D.C. Coalition on Long Term Care
Dr. Leslie Pickens, physician owner/operator of Advanced Urgent Medical Care and About Face Medical Spa
Dr. Keita Vanderpool, Senior Consultant-Owner of Chirokei Consulting and Interim Chair, D.C. Board of Chiropractors
Maggie Burkhead, CMA (AAMA), CPC, AHI, RMA, Immediate Past President, Maryland Society of Medical Assistants; House of Delegates, American Association of Medical Assistants
Charles Britt, Founder and President, Center for Minority Achievement in Science and Techology
Elizabeth Lindsey, Managing Director, The DC Project
For additional information on the Center and Graduate School USA, visit graduateschool.edu/health.
About Graduate School USA’s Center for Health Sciences
The Center for Health Sciences, launched in October 2010, is a part of Graduate School USA’s new mission and strategic plan to provide a full complement of occupational courses, certificates, degrees, and other professional development activities.
The Center for Health Sciences caters to working adults in the Washington metropolitan region with a goal of becoming recognized as a preeminent provider of education in Allied Health careers by offering the highest quality curriculum content and delivery, emphasizing academic excellence in both knowledge and skills-based competency, while promoting lifelong learning and professionalism to foster successful careers for its students.
About Graduate School USA
Dedicated to providing relevant learning opportunities in public service, Graduate School USA has served the DC metro community since 1921. An independent, non-profit accredited educational institution, the School is dedicated to academic excellence and lifelong learning.
Services include individual assessments, career-related courses, certificate and degree programs, continuing education, and distance learning. Graduate School USA has recently expanded its mission to reflect a greater emphasis on preparing the residents of the District of Columbia for long-term public service careers. More information can be found at graduateschool.edu.
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